Coinciding with the major new TV series, this is the definitive companion to the MISS MARPLE novels, films and TV appearances.
`I have had a lot of experience in solving different little problems that have arisen.'
Most of the `little problems' tackled by Miss Marple occurred in the pretty rural village of St Mary Mead and came in the shape of murder, robbery and blackmail. In the 40 years of her career, she even solved cases as far afield as London and the Caribbean. But though she usually masqueraded as `everybody's favourite great aunt', what was she 'really' like?
In this authorised biography of the world's most famous female sleuth, Anne Hart combs through the 12 novels and 20 short stories in which Miss Marple appeared, uncovering clue and amassing all the evidence to solve the most difficult case of them all - the mystery of Miss Marple.
`A great treat for Agatha Christie addicts.'
`Elegantly arranged and presented.'
`A fine feat of detection.'
Anne Hart is a foremost expert on Agatha Christie and wrote her acclaimed biographies of Marple and Poirot with the full endorsement of Agatha Christie Limited. They have become regarded as the definitive works on their subjects.